Refactoring jsp code

Posted on 2008-11-11
Last Modified: 2013-12-29
Hi All,

When I re-factor java code, it updates all references in the .java files but the .jsp files are left untouched. Also no compiler errors are thrown on the .jsp files, even though the code has changed.

Do I need a plugin ?

Question by:laptopcomputer
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    When you are refactoring, check the update options in the resulting dialog to look in "all textual occurrences".  This will cause Eclipse to update XML, properties, ... files - including JSP files.  You have to verify this in another dialog, but it will catch the changes you want.

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